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320.0807 Special license plates for Governor and federal and state legislators.

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320.0807 Special license plates for Governor and federal and state legislators.(1) Upon application by any member of the House of Representatives of Congress and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue to such Member of Congress a license plate stamped “Member of Congress” followed by the number of the appropriate congressional district and the letters “MC,” or any other configuration chosen by the member which is not already in use. Upon application by a United States Senator and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue a license plate stamped “USS,” followed by the numeral II in the case of the junior senator. (2) Upon application by any member of the state House of Representatives and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue such state representative license plates stamped in bold letters “State Legislator,” followed by the number of the appropriate House of Representatives district and the letters “HR,” or any other configuration chosen by the member which is not already in use. Upon application by a state senator and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue license plates stamped in bold letters “State Senator,” followed by the number of the appropriate Senate district and the letters “SN,” or any other configuration chosen by the member which is not already in use. (3) Upon application by the Governor and payment of the appropriate fees, the department is authorized to issue to the Governor two license plates stamped in bold letters “Florida 1” and “Florida 2.” (4) License plates purchased under subsection (1), subsection (2), or subsection (3) shall be replaced by the department at no cost, other than the fees required by ss. 320.04 and 320.06(3)(b), when the person to whom such plates have been issued leaves the elective office with respect to which such license plates were issued. Within 30 days after leaving office, the person to whom such license plates have been issued shall make application to the department for a replacement license plate. Such person may return the prestige license plates to the department or may retain such plates as souvenirs. Upon receipt of the replacement license plate, such person shall not continue to display on any vehicle the prestige license plate or plates issued with respect to his or her former office. (5) Upon application by any current or former President of the Senate and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue a license plate stamped in bold letters “Senate President” followed by the number assigned by the department or chosen by the applicant if it is not already in use. Upon application by any current or former Speaker of the House of Representatives and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue a license plate stamped in bold letters “House Speaker” followed by the number assigned by the department or chosen by the applicant if it is not already in use. (6) Any person who does not make application for a replacement license plate as required by subsection (4), or who, after receipt of the replacement license plate, continues to display on any vehicle the prestige license plate or plates issued with respect to his or her former office, is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.History.s. 24, ch. 83-318; s. 1, ch. 84-108; s. 7, ch. 87-225; s. 353, ch. 95-148; s. 12, ch. 97-96; s. 3, ch. 2006-297; s. 27, ch. 2010-223.
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  • 320.0807 Special license plates for Governor and federal and state legislators.

       (1) Upon application by any member of the House of Representatives of Congress and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue to such Member of Congress a license plate stamped “Member of Congress” followed by the number of the appropriate congressional district and the letters “MC,” or any other configuration chosen by the member which is not already in use. Upon application by a United States Senator and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue a license plate stamped “USS,” followed by the numeral II in the case of the junior senator.

       (2) Upon application by any member of the state House of Representatives and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue such state representative license plates stamped in bold letters “State Legislator,” followed by the number of the appropriate House of Representatives district and the letters “HR,” or any other configuration chosen by the member which is not already in use. Upon application by a state senator and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue license plates stamped in bold letters “State Senator,” followed by the number of the appropriate Senate district and the letters “SN,” or any other configuration chosen by the member which is not already in use.

       (3) Upon application by the Governor and payment of the appropriate fees, the department is authorized to issue to the Governor two license plates stamped in bold letters “Florida 1” and “Florida 2.”

       (4) License plates purchased under subsection (1), subsection (2), or subsection (3) shall be replaced by the department at no cost, other than the fees required by ss. 320.04 and 320.06(3)(b), when the person to whom such plates have been issued leaves the elective office with respect to which such license plates were issued. Within 30 days after leaving office, the person to whom such license plates have been issued shall make application to the department for a replacement license plate. Such person may return the prestige license plates to the department or may retain such plates as souvenirs. Upon receipt of the replacement license plate, such person shall not continue to display on any vehicle the prestige license plate or plates issued with respect to his or her former office.

       (5) Upon application by any current or former President of the Senate and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue a license plate stamped in bold letters “Senate President” followed by the number assigned by the department or chosen by the applicant if it is not already in use. Upon application by any current or former Speaker of the House of Representatives and payment of the fees prescribed by s. 320.0805, the department is authorized to issue a license plate stamped in bold letters “House Speaker” followed by the number assigned by the department or chosen by the applicant if it is not already in use.

       (6) Any person who does not make application for a replacement license plate as required by subsection (4), or who, after receipt of the replacement license plate, continues to display on any vehicle the prestige license plate or plates issued with respect to his or her former office, is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

    History. s. 24, ch. 83-318; s. 1, ch. 84-108; s. 7, ch. 87-225; s. 353, ch. 95-148; s. 12, ch. 97-96; s. 3, ch. 2006-297; s. 27, ch. 2010-223.

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